Can Am Commander Suspension Components

While Can Am Commander lift kits are popular in the mudding world, there is a whole market of more obscure Can Am Commander suspension components that can make a huge difference in terms of both durability and ride quality.  From trailing arms to arched a-arms to chassis braces, you don’t have to stop improving your Commander’s suspension with a lift kit or shocks and springs.  Here are a few of our favorite lesser known Can Am Commander suspension components that have proven worth the investment on our own vehicles.

SuperATV makes a wide range of Can Am Commander parts and accessories, and one of their most unusual parts is their +4″ Extended Trailing Arm. These trailing arms allow you to use up to 32″ Tires in the rear With No Lift! You can also purchase SuperATV’SHigh Clearance Forward Offset A-Arms if you want to clear 32″ tires in the front of the machine. While the trailing arms and offset a-arms offer an incredible amount of ground clearance and additional tire travel, they are also compatible with most bracket Lift Kits.  The trailing arms include 10 Pre-installed Bearings and allow the vehicle to maintain Factory Alignment and Re-use the Factory Sway Bar. The trailing arms also add an additional 4” to the Commander’s wheelbase.  The trailing arms allow you to add wheelbase and ride height, while limiting wear and tear on other suspension components like the axles and control arms.

CVs don’t get much attention until they fail.  Fortunately, SUPERATV makes heavy duty CVs for the Rhino brand heavy duty axles. These kits include the CVs, the boot, the snap rings and CV boot grease, as well as complete installation instructions.  Don’t make the mistake of replacing your Commander’s axles without upgrading the vulnerable stock CVs as well.